The Chief of Air Staff, Air Marshal Sadique Abubakar has disclosed that the Federal Government has expressed its support for community policing and willingness to fund it. Speaking to newsmen after a meeting with President Buhari alongside other service chiefs, Abubakar also disclosed that the Nigerian Air […]
South African President, Cyril Ramophosa has announced the formation of his new cabinet barely four days after being inaugurated for his first full term in office. Ramaphosa took over from troubled Jacob Zuma last year and earlier this month led the ruling ANC to get another victory at the polls. Ramaphosa has announced the composition of the national executive at the Union Buildings where he revealed that the number of Cabinet portfolios has been trimmed down from 36 to 28. What however has continued to excite many is the gender balance in the list. Of the 28 ministers, both genders have equal representation in what appears to be a first of its kind in this part of the world. Here is a full list of South Africa’s new ministers:Agriculture, land reform and rural development – Thiko DidizaBasic education – Angie MotsheggkaCommunications and telecommunications – Stella Ndabeni Abrahams Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs – Nkosazana Dlamini ZumaDefense – Nosiviwe Mapisa-NqakulaEnvironmental affairs and forestry & fisheries – Babara Creasy Maggie SotyuEmployment and labour – Thulas Nxese Health – Dr Zweli Mkhize and Joe PhaalaScience & technology and higher education & training – Blade NzimandeHome affairs – Aaron MotsoaliedHuman settlements, water and sanitation – Lindiwe SisuluInternal relations and cooperation – Naledi Pandor Correctional services – Ronald LamolaMineral resources and energy – Gwede MantashePolice – General Bheki CeleMinister within the presidency – Jackson MthembuMinister for Women in the presidency – Maite Nkoana-MashabanePublic enterprises – Pravin GordhanPublic service – Senzo MchunuPublic works – Patricia De LilleSmall business development – Mkhumbuzo NchabeniSocial development – Lindiwe ZuluSports, arts & culture – Nathi MthethwaState security – Ayanda DlodloTourism – Nkhensani KubayiTradi and industry – Ibrahim Patel Transport – Fikile Mbalula Finance – Tito Mboweni The post South African President Cyril Ramaphosa names 14 women and 14 men in new cabinet four days after inauguration (Full List) appeared first on Linda Ikeji Blog.